David Lloyd Studio Launches Orangetheory

David Lloyd Studio Launches Orangetheory

David Lloyd Leisure has signed an exclusive UK and Ireland deal with the US company behind Orangetheory® Fitness to launch the revolutionary interval group training programme at its David Lloyd Studio high street concept in a health and fitness industry first.

 

Orangetheory, which has been taking the US by storm, is a fun and effective workout for up to 24 adults, of all ages and ability, designed to help achieve personal fitness goals. Each unique 60-minute session comprises intervals of cardiovascular and strength training, producing a huge metabolic increase and burning up to an average of 900 calories per session - with extra calorie burn for up to 36 hours after each workout.

 

The programme features three components - treadmills, rowing machines and weight training blocks - with sessions set to upbeat music and using heart rate monitors to track performance and optimise cardio and resistance training. Benefits include weight loss, improved fitness, increased stamina and muscle endurance.

 

Europe’s premier health, sports and leisure group will unveil Orangetheory at its new David Lloyd Studio in Islington, opening August 19, with plans to roll out nationwide.

 

About David Lloyd Studio

 

David Lloyd Studio provides clients with David Lloyd Leisure's internationally renowned expertise in high street locations on a non-membership basis, with flexible payment options offered.

 

Two studios, providing personal training, group training, David Lloyd Leisure’s Lose & Shape Up weight loss programme, exercise classes, running clubs and physiotherapy, have opened in Putney, south-west London, and Winchester, Hampshire since 2012.

 

David Lloyd Studio – Orangetheory group training in Islington will offer clients flexible payments – blocks of 10 sessions or pay monthly. Services will include Lose & Shape Up, a 12-week specialist course, featuring group training and nutritional guidance, to help clients lose weight and tone muscles via a 'whole body' approach.

 

For further information, go to www.davidlloyd.co.uk/islington.